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Honeybush Caramel Tea from Revolution Tea


caramelhoneybushTisane Information:

Leaf Type:  Honeybush & Rooibos

Where to Buy:  Revolution Tea

Tisane Description:

With its delectable caramel flavor, Honeybush Caramel is a sweet and fitting conclusion to any meal. The South African herb, rooibos, provides more antioxidants than green tea and gives this blend its soothing properties. Caffeine Free

Learn more about this tisane here.

Taster’s Review:

This is a yummy tisane that is perfect for late night sipping … when you’re craving something sweet but you know that you shouldn’t indulge.  Honeybush Caramel Tea from Revolution to the rescue!

By combining honeybush with rooibos, Revolution has created a mild, deliciously nutty background for this tea that provides a pleasant sweetness that melds really nicely with the caramel flavoring.  I like the way the nutty notes and slightly fruity taste of these two herbs accent the caramel.

The caramel is sweet but it isn’t overdone.  It doesn’t taste sickeningly sweet or cloying … at least, not to my sweet tooth.  Someone who doesn’t usually enjoy sweet teas might find this a little much for them, but, if you like dessert teas, I think you’d really like this tisane.

Overall, I really enjoyed this cuppa … a really nice dessert tea that you can enjoy anytime of the day or night because it’s naturally caffeine-free!

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